Two More ColdFusion Sessions At MAX U.S.

We’ve added two more ColdFusion related sessions to the MAX U.S. lineup.

  • ColdFusion Product Manager, Jason Delmore, is presenting a session entitled Object-Relational Mapping in ColdFusion 9. This is one of the only CF9 sessions at MAX this year, and Jason plans on explaining how object-relational mapping tools simplify rapid application development by handling the complexities of CRUD operations (Create, Read, Update, and Delete.) Learn what object-relational mapping is and how the next version of ColdFusion will simplify your development by taking advantage of this powerful and exciting technology.
  • ColdFusion Product Marketing Manager, Kristen Schofield, is presenting a session with the ominous title Be Your Own Ben Forta. Kristen plans to talk about how to promote your organization’s adoption of ColdFusion and spend more time on your favorite development platform. Learn how to communicate the value of ColdFusion, its advantages over the competition, its relevancy in application development today and tomorrow, Adobe’s commitment to the software, and its integration in the Adobe platform stack.

If you have not yet signed up for MAX, you are running out of time, so register now! And if you are looking for a discount code to lower the cost somewhat, e-mail me directly (and quickly!).

4 responses to “Two More ColdFusion Sessions At MAX U.S.”

  1. Tom Chiverton Avatar
    Tom Chiverton

    "Object-Relational Mapping in ColdFusion 9"
    I really hope this is recorded for the people who couldn’t spend thousands of pounds to get there…

  2. Jim Priest Avatar
    Jim Priest

    Ditto Tom’s comment…
    Will Kristen have any pointers on leaning a cool accent? 🙂

  3. Big Mad Kev Avatar
    Big Mad Kev

    I would actually like to see these sessions at Max Europe being that it has a Lack CF Content this year. :'(

  4. Ben Forta Avatar
    Ben Forta

    Tom and Jim, the plan indeed is to record and post all sessions.
    As for MAX Europe, Kev, I’ll pass the request along, but no promises.
    — Ben

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